The Two-Stage Solution: Toward a Long-Term Israeli-Palestinian Truce

  title={The Two-Stage Solution: Toward a Long-Term Israeli-Palestinian Truce},
  author={Nathan Thrall},
  journal={Mediterranean Politics},
  pages={432 - 436}
  • Nathan Thrall
  • Published 6 February 2016
  • Political Science
  • Mediterranean Politics
Abstract There is growing consensus among Israelis and Palestinians that the paradigm of pursuing a two-state solution through bilateral talks has reached a dead end. Yet the widely discussed alternatives to this supposedly expired model have not posed a credible challenge to it. Instead they have been confined largely to academic discussions among activists who enjoy little support in their societies; the proposals are more a reflection of widespread desperation than a serious movement to… 

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